Classification of Melatonin as a Food Supplement: Comparative Research2019-05-212019-09-04https://lexidale.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/mainlight.pngLexidalehttps://lexidale.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/mainlight.png200px200px
Research for pharmaceutical and consumer products company. The research reviews from a comparative perspective the classification of melatonin-based products. Specifically, whether these products can be marketed as food additives, rather than a mere medicine.
The study addressed the issue in Italy, France, Germany and the United Kingdom and located sources that confirm or prohibit the marketing of melatonin-based products as supplements. The study made a distinction between products containing different concentrations of melatonin. Also, the study discussed relevant references from Courts rulings and their practical implications.